a little update to my first game

a little update to my first game

I published a small update to Fly Trap, my small second person adventure game, where you play as (spoiler) an...

Interview: Follette Lab’s MagAOX web-tool team (Telescope Time Trials)

Preface This article was originally published in the Amherst STEM Network magazine online (in our Fall 2020 issue) with the...

American astronomers have a moral obligation to support O’odham land defenders

Kitt Peak National Observatory (KPNO), the beloved observatory which “supports the most diverse collection of astronomical observatories on Earth” is...

The mortifying ordeal

The mortifying ordeal

A while ago someone wrote “If we want the rewards of being loved we have to submit to the mortifying...

Interview: Follette Lab’s accretion database team (Accretion Machines)

Preface This article was originally published in the Amherst STEM Network magazine online (in our Fall 2020 issue) with the...

Mars for the Rich: SpaceX, rhetoric, and the “final frontier”

Thy flesh consumed A simple browser game, styled after DOOM clone shooters of the early 90’s, MARS FOR THE RICH...

Action at a distance: support for uprising and #blacklivesmatter

Quarantine and geographical location are between many of us and the inspiring uprisings across this country, here are some things...

Interview: What makes a planet? Daniela Bardalez Gagliuffi seeks answers in the lowest mass stars

I wrote this article originally for the Amherst STEM Network, where I’m the Astronomy Department Editor, and it is reposted...

making stars (feat. ic 5146: the cocoon nebula)

when molecular clouds – large clumps of gas and dust within galaxies – become unable to support their own weight...

make your own color magnitude diagram

Luritja aboriginal astronomers have a classification system for by-eye observation of stars: Tjilkera (white) stars, Tataka Tjilkera (red/white), Tataka (red)...